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Jennifer Keyte

Jennifer Keyte is an accomplished journalist, newsreader, presenter, MC and guest speaker who brings sophistication and glamour to all of her roles. After beginning a BA at La Trobe University, Jennifer realised her passions lay in the area...

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Jennifer Keyte's Biography

Jennifer Keyte is an accomplished journalist, newsreader, presenter, MC and guest speaker who brings sophistication and glamour to all of her roles.
After beginning a BA at La Trobe University, Jennifer realised her passions lay in the area of journalism. She had no hesitation in accepting a cadetship with radio station EON-FM in 1980. In a matter of months Jennifer proved her ability and moved to 3XY, where she worked as a journalist writing and reading news bulletins.
The move from radio to television for Jennifer came in 1982 when she joined Network Ten. There she gained valuable experience working in all major areas of journalism including state politics, crime, courts and general news.
As Jennifer Keyte honed her skills as a journalist, she was given the opportunity to write and present news bulletins, beginning with the early morning program Good Morning Australia. It was not long before Jennifer was regularly presenting the weekend news.
Jennifer was enticed to Seven News in 1987 where then owner, Christopher Skase, saw her as the lynchpin of the network's success. She began reading the main evening news bulletin with Glenn Taylor and eventually went solo and slowly began to increase the station's flagging news ratings.
Jennifer Keyte also did the news on Tonight Live with Steve Vizard. In 1996 Jennifer made an exciting career change joining the Nine Network to host Good Medicine and a one off series, Moment of Truth, along with hosting various specials.
Seven and half years later in August 2003, Jennifer returned to Seven News to take up the position of weekend newsreader.